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WCU’s career center and autism program developed a sensory-friendly event where differently abled students feel more comfortable and confident interacting with recruiters.
best practices, operations, spotlight, coronavirus
A NACE poll found that 27% of companies have instituted a hiring freeze as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here, seven professionals share their insights about how recruiters can make an impact while under a hiring freeze.
The guarded optimism of early June has faded into the reality that the COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on college enrollments for the fall.
technology, best practices, operations, international students, trends and predictions, student attitudes, spotlight, first generation, community college, coronavirus
For talent acquisition, given its emerging technology-intensive ecosystem, is what role does human interaction appropriately play? Where is the humanity in the technology of talent acquisition?
technology, journal, coronavirus
CDK Global’s retooling of its internship offboarding process has expanded opportunities for interns to stay connected with the firm.
best practices, internships, operations, spotlight, coronavirus
Last March, a group of five Florida schools shifted their joint in-person reverse career fair to a virtual “venue” in just two weeks, but with positive results.
Swinburne University created the AccessAbility Careers Hub, which provides targeted career education for students with disabilities.
Companies that currently do not have jobs or internships should try to provide students with learning engagement support or development, and strive to make connections with them.
Career services staff share their plans and ideas for how they might handle drop-ins in an in-person or virtual environment this fall.
Students with hearing loss may face challenges associated with communication that may be exacerbated during this pandemic, with requirements for wearing masks and physically distancing.
best practices, operations, diversity and inclusion, students with disabilities, spotlight, coronavirus